Place a QR Code for any URL on your blog, website, or profile page.
A QR Code is a bar code that can be scanned using your camera phone and a QR Code Reader. You can easily create QR
codes that serve as hyperlinks to mobile content. In many parts of the world the scanning of a QR Code has become the door to the mobile Internet for the average mobile user. Learn more about the use of QR Codes by reading,"Mainstream America is Ready for Bar Codes - Converging “Realspace” and “Mobilespace" (http://harper.wirelessink.com/?p=83).
Do you want to connect people to your own mobile web site?
First, you have to register and create your mobile web site at winksite.com. Then, paste your mobile web site's address in the form below.
Love the Mobile Web.
Winksite (http://www.winksite.com) makes it easy to publish mobile Internet sites and build simple mobile connections via mobile phones.
Winksite is the first standards compliant mobile Website builder that also includes RSS-driven content deployment and mobile-tuned community features such as forum, chat, and polls. Winksite is a free and fully hosted solution. No software install on your phone is necessary to view a Winksite powered mobile site.
One platform. Many uses.
Use your mobile site as your personal podium to the world, a convenient mobile dashboard to all you find important or as a space to build and manage a mobile community.
Create a mobile edition of your blog, journal or news service. Start a mobile chat room, forum or poll. Glue together your friends, feeds, and favorites into your own mobile personal portal. Organize an event or street team and spread the word on the where, when and why. Link SMS, QR Codes, mobile ads, or Twitter & Jaiku messages to a mobile destination where people can see and do more.